Mookie4ever wrote:Madison wrote:Was interesting to watch the guys try to bowl with the type of ball they usually only use for a few spares.
You can watch bowling on TV?
That's got to be worse than watching golf. Golf at least has some scenery. Bowling must be like watching curling without the Canadians.
Roughly 25 Sundays a year on ESPN.
I'm amazed at how often they make the television finals and then use a ball that's getting such poor reaction. Seems at least one player a week is throwing a ball that "rolls out" and quits driving ("rolls out" basically means once the ball makes the turn *hooks*, it has burned up all of its energy and doesn't drive through the pins with the amount of force a ball that's either more conducive to the condition or drilled with a different layout would have). A lot of their coaches and bowling ball sponsors are not making the right choices when suggesting what ball they use and/or how to drill a particular piece of equipment. Just stuns me to see that week in and week out.